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REUTERS A policeman stands guard on Independence Square in Sao Paulo on Tuesday to ensure citizens of Sao Paulo do not get 바카라사이트behind the protests.
A state of emergency was signed into law and the country’s largest union, the Federal Union of Mineworkers,우리카지노 said it would be possible to negotiate with the government.
The government is struggling to control the violence in which hundreds of workers blocked roads in Sao Paulo on Sunday after a strike calling for a salary raise.
The workers are demanding that the government give them more time to negotiate their pay increases and they have not yet secured approval for such a proposal from the central and state governments.
Puerto Rico’s Governor Ricardo Rosselló told reporters Monday that the authorities were working on a deal but did not yet have any timeline. He said some of the islanders who have been displaced would be able to return when the crisis was resolved.
It took six hours for the workers to remove barricades, tear gas and fire alarms, and remove two protesters during clashes with police.
The confrontation started when hundreds of demonstrators gathered near the government offices.
Brazilian TV network Telemundo showed a video of one angry man who told state television: “I am ready to die, I am ready to do anything because I want my children to live,” and then he was thrown through a window by police.